• Fever
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What is Fever?

Fever is an abnormally high body temperature. The normal body temperature is about 37oC, though there can be slight variations of 36.5oC to 37.5oC throughout the day. You measure temperature by placing a thermometer in the mouth, armpit, or in the child's bottom. Rectal temperature is the most accurate measurement. If you are a parent, it's advisable to have a thermometer at home. You can get one at most chemists.

The only time a fever is really dangerous is if it goes over 105 degrees Fahrenheit as taken orally. Most of the time a fever will stop at around 103 degrees or so and rarely does it go over 104 degrees. A fever is simply the immune system response to an infection or toxicity in the blood.

In the case of an infection, viral infections usually cause a low-grade fever, of 101 degrees or less and these are generally self-limiting (they usually go away within two weeks). A bacterial infection is far more dangerous as it may go into a 'fulminant' stage and become uncontrollable.With children a high fever is most dangerous as it can cause seizures, but don't give them aspirin-it can make matters worse. Children should only be given acetaminophen or have cooling measures use (ice pack, ice bath, etc.). Check with your physician as to what is the best way to handle your child's fever.

Key Facts of Fever

  • Fever helps the body recover faster and reduction complications of certain infections.
  • Your doctor may also advise medication. When your symptoms can’t be controlled by reducing your exposure to triggers, your doctor may advise.
  • Symptoms of Fever include fever, jaundice, muscle pain, headache, nausea, vomiting and fatigue.
  • The dengue fever is activated by any one among the 4 very closely related dengue fever viruses.
  • The Fever virus is endemic in tropical areas of Africa and Latin America, with a combined population of over 900 million people.
  • There is no cure for yellow fever. Treatment is symptomatic, pointed at reducing the symptoms for the reduction of the patient.
  • A small proportion of patients who contract the virus develop severe symptoms and almost half of those die within 7 to 10 days.

Symptoms of Fever

Fever symptoms usually mean infection – commonly the flu, the common cold, or pneumonia. In fact, any significant infection will cause a fever. The infection, whether it be bacterial, viral or from a parasite, causes the thermostat in the hypothalamus to reset.

Fever symptoms are typically caused by other factors relating to the illness behind the fever and include:

  • Feeling cold when nobody else does
  • Shivering
  • Lack of appetite
  • Dehydration — preventable if the person drinks plenty of fluids
  • Depression
  • Hyperalgesia, or increased sensitivity to pain
  • Temperature greater than 100.4 F (38 C) in adults and children
  • Lethargy
  • Problems concentrating
  • Sleepiness
  • Sweating
  • Skin flushing or hot skin
  • Eye pain or sore eyes

With severe fever other symptoms may be present:

  • Delirium
  • Chatter and nonsensical babbling
  • Irritability
  • Fighting someone trying to help them
  • Confusion
  • Passing out
  • Seizures

Causes of Fever

When body temperature rises above the normal range (98º.4F) it is considered a fever. There are multiple causes and each type of fever has been named on the basis of the causes which trigger it. There can be no fever in the absence of any cause, as a fever is simply an effect of a cause or set of causes.

  • An infection, such as strep throat, flu, chickenpox, or pneumonia.
  • Rheumatoid arthritis.
  • Some medications.
  • Overexposure of skin to sunlight, or sunburn.
  • Heat stroke, resulting either by exposure to high temperatures or prolonged strenuous exercise.
  • Dehydration.
  • Silicosis, a type of lung disease caused by long-term exposure to silica dust.
  • Amphetamine abuse.
  • Alcohol withdrawal.
  • Bacterial infections, ear infections, pneumonia (chest infection), and meningitis.
  • Malaria.
  • Viral infections such as common cold, flu, diarrhea.
  • Tumors, and other conditions, though these are less common.

Unlike what is widely believed, teething does not cause fever, but puts the child at risk of getting infections since they put just above anything in the mouth to relieve itching. A mild fever may indicate a slight inflammation or soreness of the gums.

Diagnosis of Fever

Along with having generalized symptoms of a fever, taking one's temperature with a thermometer can confirm the Diagnosis of Fever. Then fever is a symptom and not a disease, the underlying cause must be found before exact treatment can begin. Some tests may be essential if the cause of the fever is not clear after your doctor has taken a medical history and performed an examination.

These tests may include:

  • X-rays.
  • Blood tests.
  • Urine examination and culture.
  • Stool examination and culture.
  • Throat swabs or mucus sample analysis and culture.

To help control why you have a fever, your specialist will ask you about:

  • Recent surgeries or injuries.
  • Recent vaccinations.
  • New drugs you may be taking.
  • Recent travel, mostly travel abroad.
  • Other symptoms for example coughing, diarrhea, vomiting,abdominal pain, or pain when urinating.

Prognosis of Fever

The Prognosis of Fever and how long it lasts depends on the cause. Most cases of fever are self-limited and resolution with symptomatic cure. For instance, a fever connected with a common cold commonly only lasts two to three days. If fever is caused by influenza, most flu symptoms including fever go away in about a week. Depending on the cause, antibiotics or more proper medicines may be used.

  • Prognosis of Fever and rash is determined by the cause and by the nature of the basic disease. Childhood viral ex anthems are usually self-limited and uneventful.
  • The underlying cause determines its potential for recurrence. Some diseases have protracted courses and may cause severe complications e.g., Kawasaki disease, lupus.
  • Consider an exotic disease acquired as a result of travel or the intentional release of a possibly bio terrorism agent.

Key Points of Fever

  • Baby crying with thermometer under arm.
  • On its own, a fever does not mean you are extremely sick, but it’s necessary to check for other signs of disease.
  • A viral infection for example a cold is commonly the cause of a fever in a child.
  • If your child looks unwell and you are worried, take them to a doctor whether they have a fever or not.
  • Pregnant females and young babies with a fever necessity to see a doctor.
  • If your child has already seen a doctor but they are getting inferior, go back to your doctor.
  • A fever usually lasts 3 to 5 days and most persons will better from a mild fever with self-care at home.
  • If your baby with a fever is in 3 months old, you must always see a doctor.
  • A fever is usually caused by your body fighting a viral or bacterial infection.

Complications of Fever

While having a fever is usually very uncomfortable, a fever itself does not commonly cause severe Complications of Fever.
High fever (>103 F/40 C) or prolonged bouts of fever can lead to

  • Seizures.
  • Dehydration.
  • Hallucinations, and/or.

Even though alarming for parents, the vast majority of febrile seizures cause no lasting effects.

If an attack occurs:

  • Loosen tight clothing.
  • Eliminate any sharp objects that are near your child.
  • Lay your kid on his or her side or stomach on the floor or ground.
  • Hold your child to stop injury.
  • Don't place anything in your kid's mouth or try to end the seizure.

It is important to seek treatment for the underlying cause of a fever in the circumstances described above. Some of the infections that can cause fever can lead to serious Complications of Fever if untreated.

Prevention of Fever

Limiting contact to infectious agents is one of the greatest methods to Prevention of Fever. Infectious agents often cause body temperature to rise. Here are some tips that can help reduce your exposure:

  • Try to elude touching your nose, mouth or eyes, as these are the major ways that viruses and bacteria can enter your body and cause infection.
  • Avoid touching your nose, mouth, or eyes. Wash your hands often, particularly before eating, after using the toilet, and after being around large numbers of people.
  • Avoid sharing cups, glasses, and eating utensils with further people.
  • Cover your mouth when you cough and your nose when you sneeze. Teach your children to do the same.
  • A person with a fever caused by an infection should have as little contact as possible with other people, to stop the infection from spreading. Whoever is caring for the patient should commonly wash their hands with warm soap and water.

Natural Herbal Treatment for Fever

The normal treatment of fever focuses on bringing down the temperature. I'm sure you can now see that although this m may seem the best approach short term, it is the most damaging long term.

Natural Herbal Treatment for Fever works by supporting the body's best efforts. By stimulating the immune system. By administering an appropriate natural herbal supplements, you can be safe in the knowledge that no harm will come, no suppression will take place. At worst, you select the wrong one and nothing happens. As best, the fever relaxes and the child sleeps. The best natural remedies for the treatment of fever are consisting of Natural Treatment for Fever.

Some good natural remedies for fever you can make at the comfort of your home:

  • When you are sick and have high fever make a real chicken soup and drink and cup.
  • Soak a cloth in lukewarm water and apply on the forehead, keep the cloth moist.
  • Drink warm cup of chamomile tea.
  • Boil ginger root in a cup of water and drink the water.
  • Drink green tea a few times a day when you got the cold and have fever.
  • Squeeze guava, warm it, and drink its juice.

Other Natural Treatments for Fever

Some other Natural Treatments for Fever include are:

  • Apple Cider Vinegar
  • Garlic
  • Ginger
  • Mint
  • Egg White
  • Turmeric
  • Sandalwood
  • Basil
  • Drink Tea

Ingredients Used

Fevernut, Rhubarb, Indian Long Pepper, Calcium Sulphate, Gulancha

  • The Herbal pill is intended for oral use only.
  • Take 2 Tablet in the morning after breakfast and 2 Tablet evening after dinner.
  • Fix times for daily intake and follow precisely.
  • Be regular to witness the most outstanding results.

Tips & Tricks

Here we have some new and helpful Tips & Tricks of Natural Treatments for Fever collected for you to take advantage from. We will keep updating them as soon as we come up with

something new updates new helpful natural treatment. In the meanwhile read and follow some Tips & Tricks:

  • Ensure that your child gets all immunizations as scheduled.
  • Ensure proper hygiene including hand-washing
  • Vitamin A supplementation every 6 months
  • A good diet, adequate exercise and sleep will boost the immune system.
  • Lemon balm contains tannins, which acts as antiviral and astringent. It can help to reduce symptoms and speed up the healing.
  • Mixture Tea tree oil and olive oil in equal parts applied directly 2-3 times a day. Tea tree oil acts as antiseptic.
  • Echinacea is a potent antiviral, has been suggested as a treatment for fever blister.


  • All these tips & tricks of Fever will keep you motivated and make you feel good about yourself while you are still undergoing the Fever management routine with our Herbal Products.
  • These tips and tricks are by no means a replacement of actual products.